Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating an appointment, event, or meeting, part of Outlook 2007: Time Management with Calendar and Tasks.
Before you can use Outlook 2007 to organize your time, you need to know how to…be able to add time allocations to your Outlook Calendar.…Even if you're already using the Outlook Calendar, there are techniques you can…use to more quickly create Calendar items and when you spend less time…organizing your time, you'll have more time to actually complete work.…There are three basic items you can create in the Outlook Calendar.…The first is an appointment, an allocation of your time to do a particular task,…the second is a meeting, very similar to an appointment, but with the meeting we…will invite some other folks in, and then third is an item that lasts all day…long whether it's only you or other people, and that's called an event;…for example, a Vacation Day.…
All three are created in the same ways and all three of them are used creating…the same form, the Outlook Appointment form.…There are several ways that you can open a new Appointment Form to create an…appointment, meeting, or event.…The first, if we're here in our Calendar is to hold the Ctrl key and hit the…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Creating an appointment, event, or meeting
- Inviting others
- Creating recurring meetings
- Flagging emails
- Creating tasks from email or from scratch
- Applying categories to tasks and to-do items
- Completing a task and sending an update
- Setting Calendar and Task List options
Skill Level Intermediate
Outlook 2007: Effective Email Managementwith Gini von Courter1h 38m Intermediate
1. Creating Appointments and Meetings
2. Getting Organized with Flags and Categories
3. Managing Tasks and To-Do List Items
4. Options for Task Lists
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